Author:Judith Gautier

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Judith Gautier
(1845–1917)
French poet and historical novelist, the daughter of Théophile Gautier; Oriental scholar whose works dealt mainly with Chinese and Japanese themes.
Judith Gautier

Works[edit]

  • [Le Dragon Impérial] (1869)
  • [L'Usurpateur] The Usurper:an Episode in Japanese History (1875) (External scan)
  • [Isoline et La Fleur-Serpent] (1882) (translated by Brian Stableford as Isoline and the Serpent-Flower (2013))
  • Richard Wagner and His Poetical Work From "Rienzi" to "Parsifal" (External scan)
  • [La Reine de Bangalore] (1887)
  • [Les Princesses d'Amours] (1900)
  • The Book of Jade (1901) (External scan)
  • [Le Collier des Jours] (1902)
  • [Le Paravent: De Soie et D'Or] (1904)
  • [Mémoires d'un Éléphant Blanc] The Memoirs of a White Elephant, illustrations by Alphonse Mucha (children's book) (External scan)
  • Wagner at Home (1911) (External scan)
  • The Daughter of Heaven (with Pierre Loti, 1912) (External scan)
  • Chinese Lyrics from The Book of Jade (James Whitall, 1918) (External scan)


Works about Gautier[edit]

  • Judith Gautier: a biography (1987) by Joanna Richardson

Works by this author published before January 1, 1923 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.